November 10, 2017
Christian Media Daily
The Apocalypse Chronicles TV Program – 2 Hours of Bible Prophecy – Updated Each Week
This Week on the video program, James Lloyd continues the extraordinary look at the stunning phenomenon of Prophetic Parallels – the fascinating formula in which ancient sequences in Scripture occur again in the modern timeline. This week's program shows how the life of Esau (found in the book of Genesis) anticipates the fate of the Edomites in the Gospels, and parallels events in our time.
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♕ REPORT: SAUDI PRINCE & OFFICIALS KILLED IN
HELICOPTER CRASH NEAR YEMEN BORDER
News Comes As Other Princes Arrested By Saudi King
A Saudi Arabian
prince, Mansour bin Muqrin, has been killed along
with several other officials in a helicopter crash the
near the country’s border with Yemen. Local media reported,
the helicopter, with a group of Saudi officials on an inspection
trip, crashed in the Asir Region in the country’s southwest.
♚SAUDI ARABIA ARREST 11 PRINCES
INCLUDING BILLIONAIRE PRINCE ALWALEED BIN TALAL
The Prince Is One Of The World’s Richest Men
Saudi Arabia announced
the arrest of the prominent billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin
Talal, plus at least 10 other princes, 4
ministers and tens of former ministers. The
announcement of the arrests was made over Al Arabiya, the
Saudi – owned satellite network whose broadcasts are officially
approved. Prince Alwaleed’s arrest is sure to
send shock waves both through the kingdom and the world’s
major financial centers. He controls the investment firm
Kingdom Holding and is one of the world’s
richest men, owning or having owned major stakes in 21st
Century Fox, Citigroup, Apple, Twitter and many other well-known
companies. The prince also controls satellite television networks
watched across the Arab world. The sweeping
campaign of arrests appears to be the latest move
to consolidate the power of Crown Prince Mohammed
bin Salman, the favorite son and top adviser of King Salman.
At 32, the crown prince is already the dominant voice in
Saudi military, foreign, economic and social policies,
stirring murmurs of discontent in the royal family that he has
amassed too much personal power, and at a remarkably young
age. The king had decreed the creation of a
powerful new anti-corruption committee, headed by the
crown prince, only hours before the committee ordered the
arrests. Al Arabiya said that the anticorruption committee has
the right to investigate, arrest, ban from travel, or freeze the
assets of anyone it deems corrupt. The Ritz Carlton hotel in
Riyadh, the de facto royal hotel, was evacuated on Saturday,
stirring rumors that it would be used to house detained royals.
The airport for private planes was closed, arousing speculation
that the crown prince was seeking to block rich businessmen
from fleeing before more arrests. The king named Crown
Prince Mohammed the minister of defense in 2015. Earlier this
year, the king removed Prince Mohammed bin Nayef as head
of the interior ministry, placing him under house arrest and
extending the crown prince’s influence over the interior
ministry’s troops, which act as a second armed force.
Rumors have swirled since then that King Salman and his
favorite son would soon move against Prince Mutaib,
commander of the third armed force and himself a former
contender for the crown.